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Resisting Gender Recognition in Poland: A Process of Social Exclusion

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The inclusion-exclusion principle without distributivity

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Poverty, segregation and social exclusion of Roma communities in Slovakia

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Poverty and Social Exclusion in the Rural Areas of Hungary

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Social and Occupational Activation of People at Risk of Social Exclusion in Poland Against the Background of the EU Cohesion Policy

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The role of Romanian social enterprises in the alleviation of poverty and social exclusion

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Exclusion from Healthcare Services and the Emergence of New Stakeholders and Vulnerable Groups in Times of Economic Crisis: A Civil Society's Perspective in Greece

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Tourist activity: international and domestic diversification and the problem of social exclusion

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Social Inclusion and Exclusion in the Life Stories of Deported Asylum Seekers from Finland to Iraqi Kurdistan

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The social importance of consumption for inclusion and exclusion among children in a multi-ethnic suburb of Oslo

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